Macdonald Cottage sits in a superb sheltered waterside position above and overlooking Loch Kishorn, with stunning views to Glen Shieldaig and the Applecross Peninsular. The Northwest of Scotland, Wester Ross in particular, is renowned for its dramatic scenery; breathtaking hills; secluded sea lochs; mature forests and wonderful beaches. The climate is balmy thanks to the warm currents of the Gulf Stream.
The cottage offers cosy accommodation for families or couples wanting to get away from it all in a unique and remote setting, affording views of the loch and rolling mountains from nearly every aspect.
The cottage has two double bedrooms and one twin room with two single beds. The master double has it's own en-suite shower, with under-floor heating. There is also a spacious bathroom with a roll-top bath and views of the surrounding mountains!
With two sitting rooms, one with an open fire and one with a multi-fuel stove, and a spacious kitchen breakfast room with an Aga and an electric cooker for the summer months, the cottage is well equipped with all of the amenities to make your stay a truly home from home experience.
The area is ideal for painters who like peace and beauty, but there is also plenty of boating, walking, cycling and other leisure and sporting activities to enjoy, if desired. For advanced climbers, Liathach and the Torridon mountain range is only a few miles up the road. There is a sailing club at nearby Lochcarron. Fishing on the River Carron, Loch Damph and other notable lochs, as well as stalking can be taken from local estates. Loch Kishorn is the southern boundary of the 70,000 acre nature reserve of the Applecross Peninsular, which is also famous for the highest road pass in Scotland, the Bealach na Ba, and recently for Monty Halls Great Escape adventure in 2008.
The village of Kishorn has a small shop and seafood restaurant which is seasonal, otherwise Lochcarron provides a larger range of general local amenities including a post office, butcher and award-winning Spar grocery and general provisions shop, garages and a hotel. The popular tourist destinations of the Kyle of Lochalsh and Plockton have a wider range of shops and services. There is a train and bus service to Inverness and Inverness airport, which is otherwise approximately an hour and a half by car.